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Niueball is a dependency of New Zealandball.

History

7-icon 7balls from Samoa-icon Samoaball settled Niueball around 900 AD. Further settlers arrived from Tongaball after a few centuries. Until the beginning of the 18th century, Niueball appears to have had no national government or national leader; chiefs and heads of families exercised authority over segments of the population. In the 18th century he came in contact with Tonga-icon Tongaball and became a kingdom.

In 1889, Niueball willingly joined the British Empire-icon UKball, but the UKball couldn't take care of him well enough so he was granted to New Zealand-icon New Zealandball, in which his autonomy was taken and wasn't granted for another 73 years. Currently New Zealandball still governs over Niueball

How to draw

Niueball is unusual for a countryball whos flag is based off a British ensign design, in not only having a YELLOW background, but also having a defaced Union Jack in the canton. To draw Niueball:

  1. Color the basic circle stripe of this yellow
  2. Draw the Union Jack in the up-left quarter (using this blue, this red and white)
  3. Draw four yellow stars on the Saint George Cross (the red + cross) and a blue circle with a yellow star inside in the center of the Union Jack
  4. Draw the eyes and you've finished.

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